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Old 31-08-2012, 00:39   #1
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38' Chamberlin Catamaran, $85K

We are sadly selling Deva, our ocean home during 15 years of world cruising. Built by OSTAC in Brisbane, QLD. 38' x 23' x 3' draft, mast 55' off the deck.

Custom composite vacuum bagged Divinicell core laminated w Vinylester and Biax and Triax fiber. She was built as a racer/cruiser, and we have sailed her all over the world: from Australia to Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Chagos, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Madagascar, South Africa, Brazil and beyond. 20,000 ocean cruising miles.

2 doubles, 1 head, two 6' settees in bridgedeck w seated headroom (4'6", 5'9" headroom in hulls.) Galley up.

Extensive refit 2010. Two 9.9 4-stroke outboards need replacement.
Must sell.
Lying St. Kitts, Caribbean $85,000
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Old 05-09-2012, 23:36   #2
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Re: 38' Chamberlin Catamaran, $85K

Could you email me info on your cat and pics please.
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Old 06-09-2012, 03:14   #3
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I will try to post it.

Very nice looking sailboat.

The head. The photos make the head look huge. Is the head a larger space? It sure looks large for a sailboat.

Can you comment on healing? When not racing, but just sailing, do you heal? My wife hates healing past 10 degrees. If she saw half the boat come up out of the water, she would be all done.

Is the rigging complicated for two people?

Are you at the boats location for the shakedown first sail?
W.I.B. Crealock when asked what he thought of the easily trailerable Clipper Marine sailboats by a naval design collegue, Gentelman Bill responded, "I am very proud of them". &
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